Eclipse Stardust 3.0.0 (Mars)
Modeling plugins to create and debug workflow models from within eclipse.
Stardust process engine to execute BPM applications on various java-based runtime environments.
Stardust web portals for browser-based execution, monitoring of business processes and associated applications.
Browser-based modeler for creating and deploying workflow models directly in browser environments.
Browser-based reporting component for runtime monitoring and reporting of BPM applications.
Integrated rapid application environment (RAD) for deploying and executing BPM applications in an embedded Tomcat server within the eclipse modeling environment.
Possibility to consume the Stardust runtime as a Maven dependency in build files of consuming projects and to automatically configure runtime deployments by consuming Maven archetypes.
The following API changes have been performed with this release:
- New methods introduced for handling Business Objects
- RuntimeEnvironmentInformation object provides additional information
RuntimeEnvironmentInformation object provides additional information
The RuntimeEnvironmentInfo object is enhanced with the following methods to provide additional information like timestamp of the last target archive time, audit trail UUID and name:
The XML Data type integration is deprecated and will not be provided in the Eclipse modeler in future releases. You can use the External Reference structured data type instead, which is equivalent to the XML Data type, with the difference that it supports XSD schema exclusively (no DTD specification).
Default Portal Skin has changed to modern Style
The default skin for the Portal has changed to the modern skin. Please note that the screenshots provided in the documentation still show the old skin and will be adjusted in future releases.
Dropped Platforms and Platform Versions
The support for the following platforms or platform versions has been dropped with this release:
- MySQL 5.0, 5.1
Maven Module Changes
With the Maven build migration in version 3.0.0, several Maven module POM files have been removed. Please adjust your projects that might contain references to these accordingly.
For more details please check the releasenotes.
Supported Portal Platforms
The portals are currently supported on the following user agents:
|User Agents||Supported Versions|
|Internet Explorer (except Modeling, Model & Go! and Rules Management perspectives)||9.0, 10, 11|
|Mozilla Firefox||34, 36 (note that future browser releases are not tested with @productnameonly@ yet and might cause issues)|
|Google Chrome||40, 41 (note that future browser releases are not tested with @productnameonly@ yet and might cause issues)|
Supported Database Servers
The following database servers are currently supported:
|Oracle||10g (deprecated), 11g R1 (184.108.40.206.0) (deprecated), 11g R2 (220.127.116.11.0), 12.1.1 (12c)|
|DB2 UDB||9.5, 9.7|
|SQL Server||2008, 2012|
Supported Application Servers
The following application servers are currently supported:
|IBM WebSphere||7, 8 (18.104.22.168 or later)|
|Oracle WebLogic||10.3.3, 10.3.6, 12.1.2 (12c)|
|JBoss||7.1, EAP 6.2|
Supported Java Runtime
|Oracle, Sun||Java SE 6|
|IBM||32 Bit JRE 6.0 (together with WebSphere 7 / WebSphere 8)|
|Oracle||JRockit 6 (together with Oracle 11g application server)|
Other System Dependencies